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A Quiz About: Beer and Beer Culture

written by: Tomatoman
 
Here are a number of questions all about one of my favourite topics - beer. I changed the name of the quiz because people didn't find it so easy!

Question 1:


India Pale Ale was originally made in India.
True
False

Question 2:

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Why were beer stein lids originally made?
To keep out dust.
To identify whose stein was whose.
To stop other people drinking your beer.
To protect the drinker against plague.


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Question 3:


What is the name of the oldest brewery in the USA that is still operating?
Yuengling
Boston Beer Company
Brooklyn Brewery
Sierra Nevada Brewery

Question 4:


In mediaeval England, what was an "ale-connor"?
An unscrupulous merchant who sold muddy water flavoured with hops
A wooden ale mug
Ale seller
A beer-tester

Question 5:

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Irish brewer Arthur Guinness signed a lease for the St. James Gate brewery in Dublin for a period of 1,000 years.
True
False


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Question 6:

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Which American President repealed the prohibition of alcohol from 1920 to 1933 in the United States?
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Franklin Roosevelt
Herbert Hoover
Harry S. Truman


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Question 7:

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Originally, the German festival Oktoberfest was a...?
Culmination of a pagan fertility ritual
Harvest festival
Wedding celebration
Holiday period for brewers


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Question 8:


The world's strongest lager is named after Santa Claus.
False
True

Question 9:

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Cherries are just one of the fruits used to flavour the traditional lambic beers of Belgium. What is the name usually given to such a beer?
Babycham
Chirrup
Framboisen
Kriek


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Question 10:

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What style of beer is traditionally associated with the town of Bamberg in Bavaria, Germany and exemplified by produce from the Schenkerla brewery?
Kolsch
Weissbier
Bock
Rauchbier


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